Top Welsh football clubs learn European rivals

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Wales' top domestic clubs have learned who they play in Europe this summer.

Bangor City face HJK Helsinki over two legs in the Champions League second qualifying round.

The New Saints take on Northern Ireland's Cliftonville while Neath take on Norway's Aalesund in the Europa League first qualifying round.

Welsh Cup champions Llanelli face the winners of first-round rivals Dinamo Tblisi of Georgia or Moldova's Milsami in the second qualifying round.

The first leg of Bangor's clash with Helsinki will take place in Rhyl on July 12 or 13 with the return fixture set for 19 or 20 July.

New Saints take on Cliftonville, who were 2-1 winners of a warm-up game at Park Hall on Saturday, at home on 30 June and away on 7 July.

If TNS reach the second qualifying round, they will face Denmark's Midtjylland.

Neath's two legs against Aalesund are away on 30 June and home on 7 July. The winners of that tie go on to face either Ulisses or Armenia or Ferencvaros of Hungary.

Dinamo Tblisi and Moldova face off on 30 June and 7 July with The Reds taking on the winners on 14 and 21 July.

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